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he did not defraud his business students. seth doane takes us into the forbidden zone around a leaking nuclear plant. and ty carter receives the medal of honor after the most desperate battle of the afghan war. >> i thought to myself that if i were ever going to run so hard to where my lungs lit on fire and my chest explode exploded fy heart going out this would be that day. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> pelley: good evening. secretary of state john kerry said today the evidence is screaming at us that chemical weapons were used in syria and he said president obama believes there must be accountability. it is the latest sign that the administration is preparing a military strike against the assad regime. kerry said that he had looked again at the pictures that we all saw last week of the victims of the attack-- many of them children-- and he can't get them out of his head. here is some of what have the secretary had to say. >> what we saw in syria last week should shock the conscience of the world. it defies any code of moral
>> dubois: tonight, the u.s. takes action against the terror threat. the u.s. embassy in yemen is evacuated and an american drone delivers a deadly message to al qaeda. bob orr has the latest. the army psychiatrist defending himself in the fort hood massacre trial tells the court the evidence will clearly show he is the shooter. anna werner is there. a former president known as a fitness buff winds up in the hospital for treatment of a clogged artery. dr. jon lapook tells us about the procedure used on george w. bush and many other americans. and one year ago, curiosity dropped in on the neighbors. >> touchdown confirmed. (cheers and applause) >> dubois: ben tracy on what we found and where we go from here. captioning sponsored by cbs cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> dubois: good evening, scott is on assignment, i'm maurice dubois. the united states took both offensive and defensive action today in response to the worldwide terror threat. that threat had already caused the state department to put out an alert for americans traveling overseas and shut dow
the merger of american airlines and u.s. airways. saying that it would hurt consumers. as evidence, the government cites internal memos in which executives of the two airlines say that previous mergers have allowed the industry to raise fees and fares. publicly, those airlines claim that the deal would be good for travelers. so unless the two sides can settle their differences the merger is flying into court. here is transportation correspondent sharyl attkisson. >> reporter: it's the first time in 14 years that the federal government has filed a lawsuit .o block an airline merger. u.s. airways and american announced plans to combine in february. daryl jenkins is an airline industry analyst. do you think u.s. airways and ayerican were caught by surprise by this? >> everybody was caught by surprise on this. >> the federal government is worried about the impact on comsumers. it cites examples like a one stop round trip flight from new york to houston. the american airlines fare come ups as $1,467. ar its merger partner it costs stst $575. if the two airlines become one, the lower far
attacker in syria. david martin has learned about the evidence the u.s. has turned up. holly williams with syrian rebels. and we'll have the reunion of a father and son after the massacre. manuel bojorquez is on the california fire. we'll have the story of the boy who was buried alive. dean reynolds on the rescue. >> thanking god for saving our family. >> i have a dream. >> pelley: and james brown discovers that the most famous words of the civil rights movement were never written from dr. king's speech. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> pelley: good evening. you just heard the secretary of defense say it, u.s. military forces are ready to go if and when the president gives the green light for a strike against syria. this would be punishment for that chemical weapons attack last week that left more than 300 syrian civilians dead, many of them women and children. vice president biden today became the highest ranking administration official to declare that the assad regime was behind that attack. the syrian government denies it. u.n. inspec
relations. u.s. drones take out more suspected terrorists in yemen as s e government there claims it has stopped planned attacks by al qaeda. bob orr has the latest. lalospora makes still more americans sick. dr. jon lapook reports the outbreak has exposed a gap in the technology needed to trace the source of dangerous diseases. and anthony mason with the man who had the right stuff to chronicle the civil rights movement. >> i was skinny, i was quick, i was fast. the cops couldn't catch me. . captioning sponsored by cbs captioning sponsored by this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> o'donnell: good evening. scott is on assignment, i'm irah o'donnell. it's not a return to the cold br, but there is a distinct still tonight in relations between the united states and russia. sesident obama today scrapped plans for a one-on-one meeting gith president putin in moscow mxt month. the white house cited a lack of progress on critical issues. but the last straw was putin's decision to give temporary asylum to edward snowden, the n.s.a. leaker. and it represents the latest failure in mr
's version of the death toll. to us, this picture seemed to is up the military coup that began in july: an army bulldozer shredding a poster of morsi who was the first and only freely elected president of egypt. vice president mohammed al bare day, the winner of the nobel peace prize, quit in protest today. the white house condemned the violence. egypt has, of course, but a key u.s. ally and a partner in piece with israel. we have a team of correspondents covering this story beginning with charlie d'agata in cairo. charlie? >> reporter: scott, today, quite frankly, the streets of cairo looked like a war zone, and if anything, security is clamping down even tighter tonight around the city. the main protest camp outside the rabaa al adawiya mosque was the scene of the worst carnage. the makeshift field hospital quickly filled up and severely wounded protesters were carried upstairs to new rooms as volunteers tried to give what little emergency care they could. in other parts of the building, the bodies piled up as protesters struggled to keep up with the task of giving names to the dead.
the answer came back no. as one top presidential advisor told us "nothing added up, and we weren't going to have a summit for the sake of appearances." president obama did not announce his intention to cancel the summit on the "tonight show," but he left plenty of hints. >> there have been times where they slip back into cold war rhinking and a cold-war mentality and what i consistently say to them and what i say to president putin is that's the past and we've got to think about the future and there's no reason why we shouldn't be able to cooperate more effectively than we. do. >> reporter: putin's return to power has ended cooperation on nuclear arms reduction and reignited hostilities over a u.s.-backed ballistic missile defense system in europe. this has reversed the temporary progress achieved after then secretary of state hillary clinton hit a literal reset button with russia in 2009. putin was out of office. a white house official said the reset died the day putin regained power. nte chill between president obama and his russian counterpart grew coldest over edward snowden. the pre
axelrod on the deal. james brown of the n.f.l. today on who won. syria is accused of using wednesday not once but 14 times. liz palmer is in damascus, a city bracing for an american air strike. mark phillips has the new intelligence report. america's top-secret spy budget was exposed today revealing what we never knew about the c.i.a. john miller has the story. and a cinderella named victoria. the 17-year-old who toppled a champion at the u.s. open. elaine quijano has the interview. >> reporter: you've had a tough road off the court to get to this point. how much do you think about that? captioning sponsored by cbs captioning s this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. y. >> pelley: good evening, the n.f.l. settlement in just a moment but first we have breaking news. unexpectedly this evening the british have just announced they will not join the united states in a military strike against syria. that is reversal after british prime minister david cameron's support for military action was rejected by his parliament. president obama has been planning a military strike
rank or wealth or title or fame would liberate us all in ways that our children now take for granted. as people of all colors and creeds live together and learn together and walk together and fight alongside one another and love one another and judge one another by the content of our character in this greatest nation on earth. >> pelley: the president had warned yesterday that his speech would not be as good as dr. king's, which is considered by many to be among the best political speeches of all time. jeff pegues was in the crowd for us today. >> reporter: a crowd of tens of thousands pressed up against barricades on the national mall. young and old arrived from across the country to join a celebration half a century in the making. edith hill cannon grew up in the '60s in mississippi. >> as much as my parents tried to protect me, you couldn't escape discrimination. >> reporter: do you ever forget the discrimination? >> uh-huh. no. >> reporter: she listened to a who's who of celebrities and politicians including the daughters of two presidents, lynda johnson robb and caroline kennedy
released an intelligence assessment that says the u.s. has "high confidence" that the syrian dictatorship attacked civilians last week with nerve gas, killing 1,429 people including 426 children. those numbers, according to the administration today. what is the evidence? well, the report shares only a small portion of what the administration says it has. mr. obama says the assad regime must be held to account, but he has not yet made a final decision on how or when to do that. we have a team covering the story and we're going to go first to david martin at the pentagon. >> reporter: with five navy destroyers now in position to launch cruise missiles, secretary of state kerry laid out the evidence which has convinced the obama administration the syrian regime was responsible for that attack. >> in all of these things that we know-- all of them-- the american intelligence community has high confidence. high confidence. this is common sense. this is evidence. these are facts. >> reporter: much of the evidence comes from spy satellites and intercepted communications. >> we know that for three
provisional i.r.a. used to be. then the peace accord happened. now i gotta look for work like everybody else. except...ian-- that's a protestant name, isn't it? not a lot of protestants in the i.r.a. or is that how you proved you were a good fighter, defending your mother for giving you that name? and what is it you do, lauren? right now i'm trying to get into business with a former i.r.a. captain. he's gone freelance. you might have heard of him. valhalla. yeah. i might know him. well... since this is sensitive... [speaking french] [speaking french] bartender: i said out! get out of here, fahey. do you know who i am? i am the man. i used to run this block. now you're just a bum. out! i got 4 names on the bottom of the list prentiss gave us. luke renault, lawrence riley, lila rafferty, lyle rogers. all with the initials l.r. the cia uses cryptograms like that to assign to non-official cover agents working the same case. so do other foreign countries. these last 4 names are covers--spies. wait. no. this isn't right. do you see this space? that shouldn't be here. could it be a formatting error
that widespread use of chemical weapons would cross a red line. holly williams has our report, and we warn you some of it is difficult to watch. >> reporter: the videos show nightmarish scenes. rows of lifeless bodies, many of them small children. others appear to be dying. they are shown writhing in agony and in the grip of seizures. the syrian opposition claims this is the aftermath of a chemical attack on a residential neighborhood on the outskirts of damascus. it's not the first time we've heard reports of chemical weapons being used in syria. but if this one is real, it's on a much larger scale. the videos are impossible for us to verify, but chemical weapons expert and cbs consultant hamish gordon told us the symptoms look like those caused by nerve gas. >> the quivering bodies, pinpoint pupils, the lack of any injuries or blood on the bodies and the mass casualties, these people have died from some unconventional weapon. and, at the moment, the most likely explanation would be some sort of chemical weapon. >> reporter: united nation weapons inspectors who arrived in syria this week coul
said he wanted us to start filming as police die. >> the dekalb county police responded to the school. according to chief alexander fired at the gunman. >> he fired anywhere from half a dozen shots when he fired out of the building at police officers when approaching the scene. when officers had a clear shot they returned fire. fortunately no one was injured. >> the gunman quickly surrendered. fourth grader raven cobb was inside the school when the shooting erupted. >> we were at our desk and put our head down. >> hundreds of the classmates were evacuated in a caravan of school bus. raven's father darrell was waiting with other anxious parents. >> a lot in your heart. it is going on over the news and did not know whether it was going on. it was a good feeling to know none of the kids were hurt. >> the sources say the gunman doesn't have terrorists connections but does have history with police. asked how he got into the school building, bob, police say he apparently walked through an opened door right behind someone with authorized access. >> all right, well thank you so much, bob. thr
as the flames jumped from treetop to treetop, moving faster than the crew fighting them. u.s. forest service officer lee bentley. >> we've got a monster on our hands. this fire is making its own weather. it's going every which direction. this is one of the worst i've ever been on, and i've been doing it quite a few years. >> reporter: the fire threatens hotels, campgrounds and more than 2,500 structures. steep hills and rugged terrain have been major obstacles for the more than 1,300 firefighters on the line. >> hit the top of the tree! >> steady, steady. drop. >> reporter: so this has become an air war. this video was taken by one of the many sorties of planes dropping flame retardant. the fire forced the closure of one of the main roads in the yosemite national park during one of the busiest times for visitors. this year's 32,000 wildfires around the country have burned an area the size of connecticut. the u.s. forest service says its billion-dollar fire-fighting budget is nearly tapped out and it's diverting money from other areas to make up the difference. fire fighters are doing all the
brutalize others. >> schieffer: all right, well, thank you very much, dean. much to the displeasure of the u.s. government, russia granted temporary asylum today to edward snowden, the national security agency contract employee who leaked some of america's most closely guarded terror-fighting secrets. he's been living in the moscow airport for the last month. the united states demanded he be sent home to face criminal charges but today the russians said no. bob orr now with that story. >> reporter: edward snowden nearly slipped out of the moscow airport unnoticed, but this picture from russian television purports to show the former n.s.a. contractor standing with his back to the camera preparing to leave for an unknown location location. snowden's airport departure happened as his attorney showed reporters a copy of a temporary refugee document which allows snowed tone live and travel freely within russia for the next 12 months. it was the ticket snowden needed to safely check out of the small airport hotel he'd called home for the past 39 days. the antigovernment secrets group wikileaks, whic
countries stretching from north africa to south asia. the threat goes beyond u.s. inn stlaigzs to include those of other western countries. britain will close its embassy iniemen and urged all its citizens to leave the country. there's no indication what kind of attack might be in the works although al qaeda in the arakian peninsula has specialized in stiewdz bombing. it's master bombmaker built the underwear bomb which nearly blew up an airliner over detroit on christmas day 2009. explosives hidden in printer cartridges and shipped on cargo planes bound for the u.s. were hard to detect, even after authorities had been told where to look. most recount, he designed a new underwear bomb which was handed over to the u.s. by a double agent. at a conference last month, john pistol, head of the transportation security administration, explained why it was so alarming. >> so it was a new type of explosive that we had never seen in either attempts in the u.s. or around the world by terrorists, so all of our explosive detection equipment which screens over a million checked bags every day-- just in
but under a nighttime curfew. and today, the interim government announced that police can use lethal force to protect themselves and state institutions. this comes at a time when people are in shock over yesterday's attack. inside the al imam mosque today, we saw the human face of the suffering caused by yesterday's brutal crackdown. there were rows and rows of bodies wrapped in shrouds. they were covered in bags of ice to keep them from decomposing in the stifling heat. people sprayed air freshener in a futile attempt to combat the stench of decay. all day long, there's been a steady stream of bodies leaving this mosque, and frantic relatives arriving, hoping to find their loved ones and bring them out for burial. but for many, the nightmare wasn't over. >> this is emir. >> reporter: ahmed bedier came from his home in tampa, florida, to go to a family wedding. his brother lived in cairo. he took a break from the demonstrations he was taking part in to go, too. >> he got a chance to see the whole family and said good-bye to all of us. >> reporter: that was the last time you saw him? >> we
>> schieffer: tonight, planning for a u.s. military strike against syria. as the death toll rises, the pentagon makes preparations for action, but will the president give the go-ahead? david martin that has story. the fastest-growing wildfire in the country now covers 165 square miles and it is just entered yosemite national park. theresa garcia is on the scene. something is killing dolphins along the east coast. terrell brown has the latest on the search for clues. and "on the road," steve hartman catches motorists smiling in a no-smiling zone. >> never so happy to get a ticket in my life. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> schieffer: good evening, scott's off tonight, i'm bob schieffer. cbs news has learned that the pentagon is making the initial preparations for a cruise missile attack on syrian government forces. we say "initial preparations" because such an attack won't happen unless and until the president gives the green light, and it was clear during an interview on cnn today he is not there yet. >> if the u.s. goes in and atta
and could get life when he's sentenced in november. don dahler is at the federal courthouse in boston for us. don? >> reporter: scott, whitey bulger sat stoic and emotionless as the clerk read the word guilty again and again and again. afterwards his attorney jay carney spoke to the media. >> mr. bulger knew, as soon as he was arrested, that he was going to die behind the walls of a prison or on a gurney getting injected with a chemical that would kill him. >> reporter: over the nine week trial federal prosecutors argued bulger was one of the most vicious criminals to ever walk the streets of boston. they said his rise from common crook to mob king pin was made possible because he was protected as an f.b.i. informant who supplied information on rival mobsters. that prompted many of us once loyal top deputies to testify against him including john martorano, a convicted hit man who spoke to "60 minutes" steve kroft in 2008. >> i'm not a judas. i never informed or ratted on nobody. if i could have kill him, i would have killed him but he wasn't there. that's what i think he deserves. >> reporte
an intercepted message from al qaeda that led to the shutdown of u.s. embassies. notorious wildfire. know carter evans tells us his widow is fighting a battle over her own. >> i said to them "my husband was a full time employee. he went to work full time for you." bruins and the power of a picture. >> that looks pretty rundown. tear it down in order to build it up. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> dubois: the suspensions are about to begin for baseball players caught up in the doping scandal. the suspense is over. the suspensions are about to begin for baseball players caught up in the doping scandal. the commissioner's office winounced today that 12 players are being suspended without pay for 50 games, including all-stars nelson cruz of the texas rangers and johnny peralta of the detroit tigers. but the harshest penalty is going to alex rodriguez of the d w york yankees, baseball's highest-paid player is being suspended without pay for a record 211 games. the game has not seen punishment of this scope since the black sox scandal nearly a century n
by philadelphia police. elaine quijano tells us the investigation was requested by the police commissioner. >> i take this very, very seriously. >> good girl! >> reporter: and chip reid with s with dogs learning to be an even better friend to man. >> it would be accurate to say that these dogs save sflooifs >> absolutely. i believe they do. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> o'donnell: good evening, scott is on assignment, i'm norah o'donnell. hundreds of people in southern california have been chased out of their homes by a wild fire is growing larger by the minute. the fire 90 miles east of los angeles covers more than 15 square miles. fire officials estimate 15 structures have been destroyed, 600 homes are in the fire's path 1,500 people have been forced to evacuate. at least five people have been injured, including four firefighters. ben tracy is on the scene. ben? >> reporter: norah, firefighters told us the most active part of this fire right now is right here. here's what's fueling it: vegetation all up and down these hillsides that's dried ou
in what they called add day of anger. they were met by police authorized to use deadly force. at least 64 people were killed today. that means about 800 have been killed since last month when the military overthrew egypt's first democratically elected president. there was violence in several egyptian cities today, including alexandria, where demonstrators throwing rocks were met with bullets. charlie d'agata was in the thick of in the cairo today. charlie? >> reporter: scott, the trouble began just after friday prayers. as soon as the mosques emptied out, the squares filled with demonstrators. now, the military tried to block off some of the main road, but protesters came from every direction, setting the stage for the bloody confrontation that followed. the muslim brotherhood vowed its supporters would take to the streets by the thousands today in retaliation for the government's brutal crackdown-- and they did. the police warned they would use deadly force to stop them. they kept their word, too. in cairo, demonstrators ignored a state of emergency and a heavy military presence in an at
of americans. bob orr tells us members of congress are skeptical. >> so what's it going to be next? >> pelley: can it be? anthony mason reports economic performance is now tied in part to how well lady gaga performs. and when julie stitt decided to donate her kidney, it set off a chain of events she could not have imagined. >> i've never seen anything like that in 28 years in the transplant field. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> schieffer: good evening, scott's off tonight on t's off nt, i am bob schieffer. the other shoe is about to drop as in the baseball drug scandal. major league baseball has gotified the players' union which players it intends to tspend. m don't know how many will be affected but the game's highest- pld player, alex rodriguez of the new york yankees, is expected to be among the hardest tht. terrell brown has our report. >> reporter: alex rodriguez worked out in tampa today, wocovering from an injury that has kept him off the field all year. with a suspension looming, the lnly question now if he will >>er play again. >> the
of homosexuality in russia. the president condemned that law but says he opposes a u.s. boycott of the upcoming winter olympics next february in russia. the president said he hoped american gay athletes would i can make a point that the athletically inclined putin would not forget by winning gold, silver or bronze. >> glor: why isn't s the president proposing this opposing court on the fisa courts. >> reporter: well, the court often renders one-sided statistics. in twelve, 1,488 cases were in 2012, 1,788 cases were brought before the court, every one was approved. 212 cases were brought before the court seeking business record, all of them were approved as well. >> glor: major garrett at the white house, major, thank you. we have breaking news now this evening. cbs news has learned that 18 of 19 u.s. diplomatic posts that were closed last week because of a terror threat will now reopen on sunday. the embassy in yemen will remain closed. also at his news conference today, the president said some republicans are fixated on stopping his health care reform law even if it takes shutting l to the gov
have all three working against us right now. >> reporter: i heard a description that the vegetation here was so dry it's like timber you buy in the store. >> like kiln-dried lumber. that's true. >> reporter: the town is usually crowded with tourists during the final weeks of august. but the fire threat and a blanket of dense smoke are keeping tourists away. jim funk's restaurants was one of many businesses forced to shut down. these last two weeks of summer are your weeks of profit for the year. >> yes, they are. reporter: one of the reasons you had to close is that your employees had to evacuation. >> all my employees were in evacuation zones and i couldn't pull them away from their family. >> reporter: some of those who have evacuated have been allowed to return home today. this fire remains 8% contained. the forecast tomorrow includes thunderstorms. that means light lightning and erratic winds that will keep this fire difficult to bring under control, bob. >> schieffer: thank you, john. any rain would be a blessing in the west, of course, but it the last thing they need in the so
. ben tracy is on the scene. ben? >> reporter: norah, firefighters told us the most active part of this fire right now is right here. here's what's fueling it: vegetation all up and down these hillsides that's dried out from drought. 1,000 firefighters are now battling this blaze both on the ground and in the air. it's what they call a dirty burn meaning the fire burns sporadically because of the winds. so today crews were cutting out what the fire did not burn and doubting what it did to prevent flare-ups. before dawn we saw these backfires set by firefighters to burn out brush on the hillsides and create larger containment lines. firefighter gordon o'neil. >> it turns to black, which won't burn anymore, it widens that line out. and it removes the fuel that's available to burn. >> reporter: you're fighting the fire with fire. the fire started wednesday afternoon fueled by steady winds and bone-dry brush that hadn't burned in seven years. it exploded from 300 acres to 5,000 acres in about three hours. it then doubled in size overnight, scorching 10,000 acres and more than a doze
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savage. he's the macho man. that's different. >> lindsay lohan is trying to call us out after we said she's making bad decisions. >> trying to help her, ok. you see somebody walking across the street and car is about to hit him, jump over there and grab him. >> that car was going to pick her up and take her to disneyland. >> you know what they do at disneyland? ecstasy. > where does that come from? >> you guys never done disneyland? [laughter] [captioning made possible by warner bros. domestic television distribution] >> prison break star wentworth miller has come out of the closet and now he wants to stick it to putin. and can you blame him? >> so yesterday's internet like exploded. >> totally. >> wentworth miller came out as a gay man -- >> women, react. >> it's not fair! >> gay men, react! but wentworth didn't just say he was gay, he said he was gay for russia. which is different then it sounds. >> he had a film entered in the same film festival and was invited to come. >> miller refused, citing russias severe anti-gay laws saying in a letter -- as a gay man, i must decline. i cannot i
blaring ) ( car engine starting ) ( helicopter whirring ) hey, since when does the army use the fbi? since we sent a couple hundred thousand people off to iraq. special agent jack malone. this is special agent taylor. captain benjamin meyers. thanks for giving us a hand with this. so, uh, what can you tell me about this guy? his name is kevin grant. he's a pfc in the 64th infantry. he was wounded three weeks ago in a gunfight outside tikrit. he was shipped home last week. when his shoulder heals, and he clears medical next month, he'll go back to his unit in iraq. and what about posttraumatic stress? he was given full medical and psych evaluations in ramstein. but sometimes that can set in later. how well do you know him, captain meyers? i don't, actually. i've been assigned to fact-check the recommendation for his medal. he's up for the bronze star. when i checked with his fiancée this morning, she said she hadn't seen or heard from him in 24 hours, so i called you. and where is she? she's inside. i figured you'd want to question her first. he also has a brother-- an older brother-- who
mclemore right now. >> how long do you brush your teeth? i can do better. >> i used to date a girl, she would gag on it. that's how you knew she was done. he goes i have done the ame. >> it's "tmz's" celebrity hot tub party with "criminal minds" tar thomas gibson. >> it's really beautiful here. let me see behind me, yeah. >> so there is tom filming a rather embarrassing selfie in a hot tub for this woman, only it's not that woman. >> so this guy got catfished, he is married, by the way. >> he started an online relationship with a mystery woman in north dakota who was posing as this woman and in sitting in photos she hijacked from varse porno websites. >> porn sites are in north dakota. that's where they're all based. is >> clue number one. >> thomas gibson didn't realize and so he kept sending photos and explicit stuff back to her. >> seriously, a big machine gun? >> more of a pistol. >> that's my water gun just in ase. yeah, agents, we carry it at all times. >> he says he plays an f.b.i. agent on the show. >> and, of course, what happens when you release a video like that, it ends up h
? >> this is why china is beating us because this is what our high school math classes are doing. >> they claim it's double the cream of an oreo. only 1.86 times, not two. oreo has come out and said the mathematicians in the high school is wrong and it's twice the stuffing as in a single oreo. >> there must be a way. >> there must be a way of quantifying it. >> have a laboratory or walter white or something. >> there's got to be a way to figure this out. >> if you can't get enough cookie out of a doubled stuff, you're a fat ass. shut up! ♪ >> how are you doing? >> good. >> oh, my god! that is a person, we think. >> ariana brooks. gentlemen, ariana brooks. >> isn't it ariana grande? >> yes. >> she sings just like mariah carey. >> that's enough. we know what she sounds like. >> she may or may not be broken up with jai brooks. >> no, not jai brooks. we are not going to fake it any more. who is jai brooks? >> a youtube australian comedian. >> grande, jai, which sounds like a drink at starbucks, might be split-a-roni. but why? >> i guess justin bieber kissed her on the cheek. and this jai brooks appa
that night, i'll start using your grownup name. it wasn't me who killed her, man. no? then how'd you get her bag? when i found her, she was already half-dead. ♪ i got a letter from the government ♪ ♪ the other day, i opened and read it ♪ ♪ it said they were suckers ♪ they wanted me for their army or whatever ♪ ♪ picture givin' a damn, i said never ♪ ♪ here is a land that never gave a damn ♪ ♪ about a brother like me and myself ♪ ♪ because they never did... (woman grunting) (body thuds) (running footsteps receding) (gasps) oh, man. (coughing) (gasping, muttering) (coughs): zo... say what? (coughing): zol... toi... (coughing) ♪ ...that i'm a black man ♪ and i could never be a veteran ♪ ♪ on the strength, the situation's unreal ♪ ♪ i got a raw deal ♪ so i'm looking for the steel ♪ ♪ ♪ i'm goin' for that steel... ♪ seeing that girl die like that, all alone... messed me up real good, man. nothing else to do but pray. what's that you heard her say? "zula toy." valens: that russian or something? michael: i don't know. but it's stuck in my head to th
. >> results are in. killing us, so let's get to it. in the case of mason disick, the boy who looks exactly like scott disick and nothing like this male model, drum roll, please. we go! >> scott, you are the father. >> congratulations, scott! and remember d.n.a. tests are 99.99% accurate so what do you think about that, michael? >> so you're telling me there's a chance. >> .01% chance so the male model is going to have to accept this. >> the male model is not accepting it. >> and it's because they went to an independent d.n.a. lab. >> he's saying they probably shot video, paid off the lab to be on the show. >> come on, that's actually totally a fair point. any solutions? >> he says, have the judge order it, have a court monitored d.n.a. test where everyone could be there and get it from court. >> or you could do this test -- no, yes? >> that male model is lying? >> harvey, harvey, harvey! >> john stamos turned 50. >> john, so happy birthday. you do not look 50. >> john stamos is 50. >> it's ridiculous. something.d there's a deal with the devil. >> what's your secret to stay so fit and every
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